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Topic # 9663 3-Oct-2006 17:45
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i am using DSL-302G supplied by Xtra. my target is to get my webserver, sql and gameserv up and running so that others can connect to and use.
problems i am facing is that no matter what i do to the NAT rules i cant get it to run..

i am running xampplite for webserv, running php, SQL2k and gameserv. ports needed to forward

AdminManagerServer.exe uses:
10201 TCP
2317 TCP
2316 TCP
2350 TCP
2351 TCP

AdminToolClient.exe uses:
2322 TCP

ManageClient.exe uses:
2324 TCP

ManageServer.exe uses:
10117 TCP
10118 TCP

AuthServer.exe uses:
10110 TCP
2332 TCP
2333 TCP
2334 TCP

ChatServer.exe uses:
10103 TCP
10115 TCP
10119 TCP
2335 TCP
2336 TCP

DBAgentServer.exe uses:
10107 TCP
10111 TCP
10112 TCP
10116 TCP
2329 TCP
2330 TCP
2331 TCP
10107 TCP
10116 TCP
10112 TCP

GameServer.exe uses:
10201 TCP
10202 TCP
10203 TCP
10204 TCP
10205 TCP
10208 TCP
2338 TCP
2339 TCP
2340 TCP
2341 TCP
2342 TCP
2343 TCP
2345 TCP
2346 TCP
2347 TCP
2348 TCP
2349 TCP
10401 UDP
10402 UDP
10403 UDP
10404 UDP
10405 UDP
10408 UDP

LoginServer.exe uses:
10101 TCP
10102 TCP

ManageTool.exe uses:
2325 TCP

UIDServer.exe uses:
2325 TCP
10108 TCP


maybe i have done the rules wrongly,
anyone can supply me with a guide on how to do it will be greatly appreciated.

thx in advande for your time reading my post.


localhost and LAN ip shows server running.

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  Reply # 47435 3-Oct-2006 19:11
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Perhaps you have answered yourself in the thread subject, use a DMZ. I wouldnt trust such a basic unit with so many PAT rules..


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  Reply # 47441 3-Oct-2006 19:46
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The DSL-302g is definatly NOT the modem you want to be using. Not only will it cause your connection to reset just when you need it most, but its throughput sucks when you're pounding it with so much 'random' traffic. Get something like a Linksys AG241, which IMHO is one of the best ADSL/2/+ modems out there, and for $150 you can't really go wrong.

But for now, describe your network setup. Do you have a router in between the modem and your server? Is the modem plugged into the router's Internet port or just a LAN port?

Also, to get ports 80 and 23 to forward correctly, you will need to telnet into your modem and set the ports it listens on differently. In true D-Link crapiness, even if you de-allow remote administration, it will still listen on those ports and reply with nothing. More information can be found here:

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 47624 5-Oct-2006 10:26
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thx for the reply m8. i found out that i have mcafee installed and it blocked every single thing i am hosting. lol

i did DMZ but stuck coz of that mcafee firewall... no router, juz DSL-302G and a switch. configured DMZ and switched off mcafee , installed microsoft loopback adapter and everything was fine. hosting works, server running fine. but for hosting a gaming server... lol upload speed sux... also the stupid data caps. the modem is fine. didnt crash etc yet. server has 120 users atm but lag complain recieved from players. hate to admit... i would like the modem more if it could create more then 12 nat rules >.< forced me to do DMZ =.=

"The DSL-302g is definatly NOT the modem you want to be using. Not only will it cause your connection to reset just when you need it most, but its throughput sucks when you're pounding it with so much 'random' traffic. Get something like a Linksys AG241, which IMHO is one of the best ADSL/2/+ modems out there, and for $150 you can't really go wrong."

i dont know bout that @@ need to wait and see XD once it reaches 2k users then i will know lol

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Reply # 47627 5-Oct-2006 10:31
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You realise that now on the DMZ your PC is in the open, right? I mean check that you don't have shared files and printers enabled to start with.

Also, yes, running a server on ADSL, where the upload speeds are limited is not the best plan. If you have 120 users and a good number hit your server at the same time, you won't be able to do much.

If you want something good in this area, try TCL cable modem, assuming you are in a covered area. Get the plan with 10Mbps/2Mbps and you will see what I mean.

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  Reply # 48235 10-Oct-2006 18:52
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i understand what you mean freitasm, the bandwidth problem ^^. at the meantime its juz beta. gonna setup a test forum on my site too. everything in beta stage still =P. one thing i dont understand... i use loopback for my server to run. its perfect but chat serv wont work =.= is smooth like hell lol....

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  Reply # 48261 10-Oct-2006 20:47

hey snoop, you may get some benefit from a static IP or a dynamic IP hostname service such as
But about the D-link, even small tasks such as bit torrent can be too much for them consider a better ADSL modem-router

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  Reply # 48384 12-Oct-2006 01:14
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^^ i know bout no-ip. used for my webserv running on xampp.

not sure it works @ hosts file.

i always think that hosts files are supposed to redirect ips only @@ example :

to                   from
ip add             ex.ip.address/name

sry if i didnt mention.. the address is hard coded into the client.. only way to change it is to go thru hosts file,edit & recompile or hex edit.

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